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Stereo Turntable System
Operating Instructions Mode demploi Manual de Instrucciones Ch
EN F E C
1996 by Sony Corporation
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture. For the customers in the U.S.A.
Before operating the unit, check that the operating voltage of your unit is identical with that of your local power supply. Should any solid object or liquid fall into the cabinet, unplug the unit and have it checked by qualified personnel before operating it any further. Unplug the unit from the wall outlet if it is not to be used for an extended period of time. To disconnect the cord, pull it out by the plug. Never pull the cord itself. The unit is not disconnected from the AC power source (mains) as long as it is connected to the wall outlet, ever if the unit itself has been turned off. The nameplate indicating operating voltage, power consumption, etc. is located on the rear exterior.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the products enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
Place the unit on a level surface. Avoid placing the unit near electrical appliances (such as a television, hair dryer, or fluorescent lamp) which may cause hum or noise. Place the unit where it will not be subject to any vibration, such as from speakers, slamming of doors, etc. Keep the unit away from direct sunlight, extremes of temperature, and excessive dust and moisture.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
The model number and serial numbers are located at the rear. Record these numbers in the spaces provided below. Refer to these numbers whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product. Model No. PS-LX300H Serial No.
Keep the carton and packing materials. They provide an ideal container to transport the unit. If you have any question or problem concerning your unit that is not covered in this manual, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Thank you for purchasing the Sony Stereo Turntable System. Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly and retain it for future reference.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Unpacking 3 Assembling the Turntable 4 Hooking up the Turntable 4 Adjusting the Turntable 5
The following icon is used in this manual: Indicates hints and tips for making the task easier.
Playing a Record 6
Maintenance 7 Troubleshooting 8 Specifications 8 Parts and Controls 9
Check that you received the following items with your turntable: Platter (with drive belt) (1) Rubber mat (1) Dust cover (with hinges) (1) Counter weight (1) Cartridge and headshell (1) 45 r/min adaptor (1) Plug adaptor (except for U.S.A. and Europe models) (1)
Assembling the Turntable
Insert the hinges on the dust cover into the hinge pockets on the rear of the cabinet.
Hooking up the Turntable
If your turntable is equipped with a voltage selector, be sure to set the selector to your line voltage. Carefully, place the platter on the spindle. Using the ribbon, loop the drive belt around the motor pully. After looping the belt, do not forget to remove the ribbon. The phono cables and earth lead come attached to the rear of the cabinet.
Connect the cable with the red plug to the right PHONO R input jack on the amplifier and connect the cable with the white plug to the left PHONO L input jack.
Place the rubber mat on the platter. Slide the counter weight onto the shaft at the rear of the tone arm and turn 3 or 4 times in the direction of the arrow.
Connect the earth lead to the earth terminal on the amplifier.
Be sure to connect the earth lead. Failure to do so will result in a humming noise from the turntable.
Mains lead hookups
Connect the mains lead to an AC wall outlet after completing all of the previous connections. If the power cord plug does not match with your AC wall outlet, use the supplied plug adaptor.
Insert the headshell into the front of the tone arm. Turn the locking collar in the direction of the arrow until the headshell is secure.
/ to a wall outlet
Adjusting the turntable
Before attempting to play any records, be sure to complete the following steps to insure proper tone arm balance, tracking force and anti-skating adjustment. Failure to complete these adjustments will result in inferior sound quality and may cause permanent damage to the stylus and record.
Set the cueing lever to up position and return the tone arm to the arm stand. Since the tracking force is zero when the tone arm is properly balanced, set the tracking force scale ring so that 0 lines up with the index line. Hold the counter weight with your other hand so that it will not turn together with the scale ring.
Turn this ring so that the 0 lines up with the index line.
Make sure the turntable is level. The insulator feet allow you to make slight adjustments to the height of the turntable.
When using the supplied cartridge, turn the counter weight so that 2.5 reading lines up with the index line. The supplied cartridge requires 2.5 grams of tracking force.
Turn the counter weight so that 2.5 reading lines up with the index line.
Set the ANTI-SKATING dial to 0.
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When optionally available cartridge is used
Remove the protective cover from the cartridge, move the tone arm to the space between the arm stand and the platter. Take care not to damage the stylus. While using the finger lift to support the headshell, set the cueing lever to the down position. Take care not to damage the stylus.
Turn the counter weight counterclockwise to align the tracking force scale ring to the correct tracking force. The tracking force scale ring is marked in 0.1 g steps and one full turn of the counter weight yields a tracking force of 3 g.
Set the ANTI-SKATING dial to the same setting as the tracking force scale ring. The numbers on the ANTI-SKATING dial correspond to 1 g of tracking force.
Balance the tone arm by turning the counter weight either clockwise or counterclockwise. When the tone arm is properly balanced
It will float parallel to the platter when released. It should not tilt toward either the headshell or counter weight.
Playing a Record
Adjust the volume on your amplifier.
To stop playing
Place a record on the platter.
Set the cueing lever to up position to lift up the tone arm, return the tone arm to the arm stand. Attach the protective cover onto the cartridge to prevent damage to the stylus. Press the START/STOP button. The platter stops rotating. Press POWER to turn the turntable off.
To pause playback
Lift the cueing lever to raise stylus off the record during playback.
To listen to a different part of the record
Lift the cueing lever to raise stylus during playback. Move the tone arm to the position you desire. Lower the cueing lever.
To play a 17-cm record
Place only one record on the platter at a time. If two or more records are stacked on the platter, the stylus will not make proper contact with the grooves and the quality of reproduction will be impaired.
Place the supplied 45 r/min adaptor on the spindle. When you have finished using the adaptor, put it back in the adaptor tray.
Adjusting the pitch
You can make fine adjustments to the platter speed by using the PITCH CONTROL.
Slide toward FAST to increase the platter speed.
Press POWER to turn on the record turntable. The strobo lamp lights up. Set the PITCH CONTROL to the center position and press 33 or 45 to select the platter speed. The indicator for the selected speed lights up. Press START/STOP. The platter starts rotating. If you select 33 r/min when the turntable is connected to a 50 Hz power source, the innermost row of the strobo dots should appear to stand still.
50 Hz 60 Hz 33 45
The strobo dots for the original speed flow backward.
Slide toward SLOW to decrease the platter speed.
The strobo dots for the original speed flow forward. If the strobo dots do not stand still when the PITCH CONTROL is set to the center position
Use the platter speed controls (33 or 45) on the bottom of the turntable to adjust the platter speed so that the respective strobo dots appear to stand still. Turn toward + to increase the platter speed. Turn toward to decrease the platter speed.
Remove the protective cover from the cartridge. Set the cueing lever to the up position. Move the tone arm to the desired position over the record. Set the cueing lever to the down position. The tone arm descends slowly to the record and playback begins.
To replace the stylus
Stylus and Record Care
In order to prevent premature stylus and record wear, the stylus and record should be cleaned before playback. To clean the stylus, brush it from back to front using a good quality stylus cleaning brush. Do not clean the stylus with your finger tip. When using a fluid stylus cleaner, make sure not to moisten the stylus too much.
Turn off the turntable and amplifier. Turn the locking collar and remove the cartridge from the tone arm. Grasp the stylus holder and pull it away from the body of the cartridge. Insert the new stylus by pushing it into the cartridge receptacle.
Replacing the Cartridge
If you find it necessary to replace the cartridge detach the headshell from the tone arm and follow the directions below. To clean your records, wipe thoroughly using a good quality record cleaner. Remove the screws holding the cartridge to the headshell. Detach the four lead wires from the cartridge by pulling on the lead terminals with a small pair of pliers (etc.). The cartridge should now be completely detached from the headshell.
Cleaning the Shell Terminals
If you notice a drop in sound quality, excessive noise, or hum, this may be a result of incomplete contact due dust or dirt on the shell terminals. Remove the shell from the tone arm and wipe the terminals lightly with a soft cloth, and reattach the shell to the tone arm.
Cleaning the Cabinet and Dust Cover
Clean the cabinet and dust cover periodically using a soft dry cloth. If stains are difficult to remove, use a cloth moistened with a mild detergent solution. Do not use solvents such as alcohol, benzine or thinner, since they will damage the finish.
Check the location and polarity of each of the terminal pins on the new cartridge and connect the lead wires accordingly. The terminal polarity of the lead wires on the accessory headshell are shown below. Red: White: Green: Blue: Right channel Left channel Right channel earth Left channel earth
Replacing the Stylus
The life expectancy of the stylus tip is about 500 hours. To preserve maximum sound quality and avoid damage to your records, we recommend replacing the stylus within this time limit. Additional replacement styli (CN-251) are available from your Sony dealer.
Be careful not to mix the polarities.
Platter does not rotate.
Before going through the check list below, first make sure that: The power cord is securely connected. The speaker cords are securely connected. Should any problem persist after you have made these checks, consult your nearest Sony dealer. The tone arm skips, skates or does not advance.
b The turntable is not level. Place the turntable on a level surface. b Incorrect tracking force. Follow the instructions on page 5 and set the tracking force to the appropriate value for the cartridge being used. (The supplied cartridge requires 2.5 grams of tracking force.) b Incorrect anti-skating adjustment. Make sure the ANTI-SKATING dial is set to the same value shown on the tracking force ring (see page 5). b The record is dirty or scratched. Clean the record with a commercially available record cleaning kit, or replace the record.
b Make sure the power cord is inserted all the way into an AC wall outlet. b The drive belt is not completely hooked onto the motor pulley. Make sure the belt is hooked completely around the motor pulley (see page 4).
The drive belt is broken.
b Replace the drive belt. For details, please make a contact with Sony dealer.
Sound is too low or distorted.
b The turntable is not connected to the PHONO inputs on the amplifier (see page 4). * This phenomenon, called acoustic feedback, occurs when vibrations from the speakers are transmitted through the air or via solid objects (such as shelves, a cabinet, or the floor) to the turntable where they are picked up by the stylus, amplified and reproduced through the speakers.
Poor sound quality, excessive noise, intermittent sound, etc
b Check the tone arm locking collar to make sure the headshell is securely attached to the tone arm (see page 4). b Make sure the earth lead is connected to the earth terminal on the amplifier (see page 4). b Incorrect tracking force. Follow the instructions on page 5 and set the tracking force to the appropriate value for the cartridge being used. (The supplied cartridge requires 2.5 grams of tracking force.) b The stylus is dirty or worn. Remove dust on the stylus using a stylus cleaning brush, or replace the worn stylus (see page 7). b Dust or dirt has collected on the record. Clean the record using a good quality record cleaner. b Check that the cartridge lead wires inside the headshell are firmly attached.
Motor and Platter Drive system Motor Platter Speeds Wow and flutter Signal to noise ratio Belt-drive DC motor 331 mm dia. die-cast aluminum alloy 33 1/3 and 45 r/min, 2 speed Less than 0.1% (WRMS) More than 55 dB (DIN-B) with supplied cartridge
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